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Costs of Military Pay and Benefits in the Defense Budget
Matthew S. Goldberg (au)
This report shows that compensation of military personnel takes up a substantial portion of the nationäó»s defense budget. In its FY 2013 budget request, for ex., the Dept. of Defense (DOD) requested about $150 billion to fund the pay and benefits of current and retired members of the armed services, more than one-quarter of DODäó»s total base budget request. In all about 1.4 million active-duty military personnel and about 1.1 million members of the reserves and National Guard receive current cash compensation, the largest part of compensation in DODäó»s budget. Cash compensation goes mainly to the 840,000 Selected Reserve -- service members assigned to and train regulatly with standing units. Second in total cost to current cash compensation, military health benefits are avilable to nearly 10 million people. Figures and tables. This is a print on demand report.
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